Nassau County Property Appraiser

 

Knowing when to hire a Nassau County property appraiser

When determining the value of your Nassau County residential or commercial property, your lender will often insist upon choosing an appraiser themselves; however, there are several instances where it can be to your advantage to hire an independent appraiser yourself.

These include when dividing an estate, when allocating assets, such as in a divorce or a business division, when purchasing or updating insurance, when challenging your property tax assessment, or when you would like a solid figure when determining a listing price, so your property can spend as little time on the market as possible. Having your Nassau County property appraisal done by a licensed local professional is one of the best ways to ensure you don’t leave money on the table.

Independent Nassau County property appraisers must meet licensing guidelines as well as maintain professional standards of excellence. A good appraiser will quantify and compare smaller, more particular differences that make your home or building unique, in addition to the more general comparisons other professionals make when deciding upon a valuation. Many will also go to court if necessary to back up their work on your behalf. The peace of mind you gain by hiring your own Nassau County property appraiser cannot be overstated.

This quick video explains what property appraisers’ work entails: